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    • Food Allergiesby American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Ages: 18+Someone allergic to a food may also react to related foods. A person allergic to walnuts may also react to pecans. Persons allergic to shrimp may also react to crab and lobster. A person allergic to peanuts may have problems with soy, peas or certain kinds of beans.Subjects: resource, symptoms, allergies, blood vessels, red, itchy, swollen, latex, mold, Peanuts, tree nuts and shellfish

    • Allergy Resources for Parentsby PulseUniform Ages: 18+The most common foods believed to cause allergic reactions in children include milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, soy, and wheat. Some of these food allergies are so common that they have been classified as a specific condition by the medical community. For example, children and adults who suffer from a milk allergy are traditionally classified as being lactose intolerant, while those with wheat sensitivity are identified as having Celiac's disease. Subjects: resource, symptoms, lactose intolerance, dermatitis, allergies, blood vessels, red, itchy, swollen, latex, mold, celiac disease, treatments

    • Conservative Columnists Phyllis Schlaflyby TownHall Ages: 18+Phyllis Schlafly has been a national leader of the conservative movement since the publication of her best-selling 1964 book, A Choice Not An Echo. She has been a leader of the pro-family movement since 1972, when she started her national volunteer organiSubjects: The Phyllis Schlafly Report, articles, finance, parenting, social, issues, moral, freedom

    • How Kids Developsby First 5 Commission of San Diego Ages: 1 - 7Child development is a process every child goes through. This process involves learning and mastering skills like sitting, walking, talking, skipping, and tying shoes. Children learn these skills, called developmental milestones...Subjects: cognitive, social, emotional, speech, language, skills, motor skills

    • Kearl's Guide to the Sociology of the Familyby Trinity University Ages: 18+Penelope Leach found that the average time spent between parent and child dropped forty percent between 1973 and 1993. Daniel Yankelovich wrote that "one of the most far-reaching changes in norms relates to what parents believe.Subjects: facts, parenting, research, family relationships

    • Middle Childhood Developmentby Paul Nuttall Ages: 7 - 8Seven and eight-year-old children are in a stage of development often called middle childhood. They attend school and they enjoy mastering lots of new physical skills. They learn rapidly in school. The opinions of their classmates matter more than ever...Subjects: rules, limitations, activities, develop, childhood, growth

    • Movie Guideby Dr. Ted Baehr Ages: 18+The Family Guide to Movies and Entertainment. Ted Baehr is founder and publisher of Movieguide and Chairman of the Christian Film & Television Commission, noted critic, educator, lecturer, and media pundit.Subjects: box office, dvds, reviews, Christian, movies, discernment, moral

    • Ages & Stages - Six- Through Eight-year-oldsby Lesia Oesterreich, M.S. Ages: 6 - 8Six, seven, and eight-year-olds build on the important developments of the first 6 years of life and seem to settle down to a steadier pace of growing and learning. Young school-age children are interested in real life tasks and activities...Subjects: development, child, physical, social, activities, advice

    • Baby Names and Name Meaningsby Think Baby Names Ages: 18+A parent's dictionary on Baby Names and name meanings. Uncover thousands of baby names and discover the meaning of names, their origins, pronunciations, popularity and more - in short, everything you need to find a name for your baby boy or girl!Subjects: origin, dictionary, name, statistics, random generator

    • Developmental Milestones: A Guide for Parentsby Joyce Powell Ages: 18+Have you ever wondered how your child is growing and developing compared to other children of the same age? How do you know if your child is "on the right track"? Your child is going through many physical and mental changes. By age 4 your child does...Subjects: preschool, children, skills, language, control, fear

    • Head Start Program Violates Childrenby Jon E. Dougherty Ages: 18+The New World Order is coming! Are you ready? Once you understand what this New World Order really is, and how it is being gradually implemented, you will be able to see it progressing in your daily news!!Subjects: exams, spanking, offenses, preschooler, Head Start, Christian, government

    • Language Development In Childrenby Child Development Institute Ages: 18+Providing comprehensive information on speech and language disorders, as well as suggestions for parents on how to encourage language and speech development. Most children will not follow the chart to the letter.Subjects: language, speech, development, child, disorders

    • The Growing Child School-Age (6 to 12 Years)by Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Ages: 6 - 12As your child continues to grow, you will notice new and exciting abilities that your child develops. While children may progress at different rates and have diverse interests, but children share some common milestones in this age group.Subjects: school-aged, children, growth development, social interaction

    • Tooth Fairy Certificatesby DLTK's Sites Ages: 5+For some parents, trying to get kids excited about dental health can be like pulling teeth. Thankfully, you can find Tooth Fairy Certificates for kindergarten and grade school kids.Subjects: children, printable, dental health, tooth fairy certificates

    • Happy Mothers, Breastfed Babiesby La Leche League International Ages: 18+Striving to help mothers worldwide to breastfeed through mother-to-mother support, encouragement, and education to promote a better understanding of breastfeeding as an important element in the healthy development of the baby and mother.Subjects: breastfeeding, mothers, healthy development, education, mothering

    • Food Safety for Mothers and Babiesby P.H. Schmutz Ages: 18+Expectant mothers and those preparing food for them should be especially diligent when following safe food handling recommendations. Any illness a pregnant woman contracts can affect her unborn child, whose immune system is too immature to fight back.Subjects: preparing food, safety tips, children, food, eating, bacteria, refrigerate, listeria

    • Growth & Developmentby Nemours Ages: 18+What should you expect as your child grows? Learn how to understand and deal with your child's changing body and mind from infancy through the teen years.Subjects: movement, senses, sleep, sexual development, communication

    • Preschooler Developmentby Cathy Malley Ages: 18+Three and four-year-old children are often called preschoolers. Preschool children are making developmental strides and express an interest in the world around them. They want to touch, taste, smell, hear, and test things for themselves. They are eager...Subjects: preschool, children, skills, language, control, fear

    • Amber Alertby KLAAS Kids Foundation Ages: 18+The Amber Alert is a critical missing child response program that utilizes the resources of law enforcement and media to notify the public when children are kidnapped by predators.Subjects: missing child, radio, television, kidnapping, media, police

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